Darian Spenser was raised in a world of social correctness, manners, and cotillions. Her mother's plans certainly did not include Darian's college sweetheart, Davis Chancellor. Yet it would be Davis who nurtures and releases Darian's inner vixen. Darian learns there's more to life than where to place and how to use the fish fork when Davis begins his Love Lessons.
What would have made Love Lessons better?
The story would have been better if it had more of a plot. The whole thing just did not make a lot of sense to me.
Would you ever listen to anything by Ronna Gage again?
Yes, I would condsider giving her work another try. I was just not that impressed by this particular short story.
Who would you have cast as narrator instead of Kellie Kamryn?
Not sure, the narrator in this story just sounded really winey. By the time I was half way through, I wanted to pull my hair out.
What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?
Disapointment, the story felt unfinished. I guess I just did not get it.